They're back! R&B legends The Manhattans featuring Henderson-native Gerald Alston bring their smooth sound and hits back to McGregor Hall this summer. Get ready for "Kiss and Say Goodbye," "Shining Star" and many more of your favorites. Enhance your evening with Meet & Greet Tickets that include fron-row seats and a private catered reception with Gerald Alston prior to the show.
Part of the Music at McGregor Performance Series: Pianist John Noel with Aurora Musicalis will perform two concerts in one. Start the afternoon with a solo piano recital by Dr. Noel for the first half of the program and then he will be joined by AURORA MUSICALIS, a piano trio.
Karen Peck and New River are Christian Music's Hitmakers. If you’ve heard their hit gospel song Revival, then you know their power to spread the message through Southern Gospel. Over the past four years, the group has had six consecutive No. 1 songs in Southern Gospel Music.
This upbeat holiday concert, Christmas With the Embers featuring Craig Woolard, comes back to our community for the 10th consecutive year. Brought to you by the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce along with Presenting Sponsor Maria Parham Medical Center.
Grammy and Dove award winner Jason Crabb of Kentucky brings us his compelling voice that has easily moved among musical styles. With his latest Gospel album, Whatever The Road, he promises to give you more of himself than ever before. Part of the Joy! performance series package.
Prepare to roll back the clock to the ‘60s and rock to the fun of Hairspray. Set in Baltimore in 1962, Hairspray is an American musical that tells the story about a teenage girl who helps lead her city to social change. THREE SHOWS REMAIN: Nov. 3 at 8pm, Nov. 4 at 8pm and Nov. 5 at 8pm
The Suffers, an award-winning eight-piece band from Houston that helped redefine the sound of “Gulf Coast Soul” opens the 2017-2018 season on Thursday, Sept. 21, and half of the ticket sales to the show will be donated to help the victims of this summer’s hurricanes.
See the best talent the Henderson area has to offer in this showcase of Apollo Theater Bound Talent! The show will feature a professional band, local talent from Henderson and the surrounding area, as well as the classic “Sandman,” who will be hosting. Winners are chosen by audience participation.
Based on Harper Lee’s classic novel, To Kill A Mockingbird is told through the eyes of young Scout Finch, who lives with her older brother, Jem, and their widowed father, Atticus, in 1930s Alabama. When Atticus, a respected lawyer, defends a black man named Tom Robinson against false rape charges, the trial and tangent events expose the children to the evils of racism and stereotyping. Showtimes: Aug. 10 at 8pm, Aug. 11 at 8pm, Aug. 12 at 8pm and Aug. 13 at 2pm
'Follow the Yellow Brick Road” with Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion as they head to the Emerald City to seek help from the Wizard of Oz. Songs include “Over the Rainbow” and other popular tunes from the classic 1939 film.
Showtimes: July 7 at 8pm, July 8 at 8pm, July 9 at 2pm, July 15 at 8pm, and July 16 at 2pm
That Long Tobacco Road, written and produced by local playwright Charley-John Smith, tells the story about a North Carolina family of tobacco farmers struggling to harvest their crops in the early 1940s. The musical will be featured on two nights: Friday, June 16th and Saturday, June 17th.
Meet these two best friends – Jeremy Davis and Clay Johnson - along with their fiery hot 17-piece big band as they bring you the style and swagger of the legendary entertainers like Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Johnny Cash, Elvis and more.
No wigs, no fake accents, no pretense...Yesterday & Today: The Interactive Beatles Experience is your favorite songs from The Beatles without the "act." Best yet, it's an interactive experience with the songs requested by you - the audience.
It's Classic Rock with a Bluegrass twist! With a perfect mix of virtuoso musicianship and rock-star vocals, The HillBenders bring one of the greatest Rock albums ever made, The Who's Tommy, to life in a Bluegrass style through the banjo, dobro, mandolin, bass and guitar.
You'll be jumping out of your seat and dancing to the beat when Rhythmic Circus brings their hit dance performance FEET DON'T FAIL ME NOW! to the McGregor Hall stage for a joyous parade of genre-hopping music and hard-hitting percussive dance.
Enjoy a night of classical music by pianist Dmitri Shteinberg, professor of Piano at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem. The evening will be part of the Music at McGregor series sponsored by Henderson Community Concerts Association and Document Systems Inc.
The life of Civil Rights Activists Paul Robeson is retold in this educational and inspiring performance. This musical sheds light on the life of this courageous, influential, and complex man whose message remains relevant for today’s audiences.